PORTLAND, Ore. – Do you feel passionate about Portland Community College’s future? Then Mark Mitsui wants to have a chat with you. Throughout October, the PCC President will visit each campus and many of the college’s centers for “Fireside Chats:
Thanks to two large federal grants, Portland Community College is doing its part to address the issue of increasing access to the sciences for underrepresented students. This fall, the college has won nearly $2 million in grants from the National
NEWBERG, Ore. – Portland Community College and Newberg High School have joined forces to reactivate a welding program that will serve the community and give students a running start in a healthy job market. When winter term begins Jan. 9,
Portland Community College’s search for its next president has been narrowed to three finalists. Candidates under consideration are Rassoul Dastmozd of Saint Paul, Minn., Mark Mitsui of Washington, D.C., and Melinda Nish of Bonita, Calif. They were selected from a
Portland Community College student Isabelle McRae has focused her education on international studies and hopes to someday be a translator. This summer, she is taking steps toward her goals as the first-ever PCC student to earn a prestigious Critical Language
Portland Community College Foundation President Marion Levitan welcomed guests to the PCC Foundation’s 5th annual gala on Saturday, April 16 at the Portland Hilton Hotel. The event raised a record amount of more than $430,000 for scholarships and success initiatives. In
It’s a week in honor of Latino culture, advocacy and celebration at the college’s Rock Creek Campus BEAVERTON, Ore. – From April 18-23, Portland Community College is hosting the 10th Annual Semana de la Raza (“Latinx: Communities Transcending Beyond Borders.”).
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is applying booster thrust to the science careers of three Portland Community College students. Three of the 160 national NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars that the space agency is recognizing are from PCC.
Portland Community College has a district as big as Rhode Island and its training reaches as far away as Antarctica. Yes, Antarctica. This summer, the Institute for Health Professions (IHP) through the college’s CLIMB Center for Advancement served as the
BEAVERTON, Ore. – Portland Community College student and Beaverton resident Eric Thomas, 22, is hacking his way to a better future. His team, named aptly Brain Storm, recently won top prize, or Best of Show, at the Portland hackathon called